Views:407|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:7:41Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden hosted a discussion with three dynamic leaders in the arts in celebration of Women’s History Month at the Library of Congress.
Speaker Biography: Carla Hayden is the Librarian of Congress.
Speaker Biography: Marin Alsop is music director of the Baltimore Symphony.
Speaker Biography: Deborah Rutter is president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Speaker Biography: Molly Smith is artistic director at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater.
Views:59|Rating:5.00|View Time:39:22Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:0 In this video is evidence of WHY THE GOVERNMENT IS STOPPING EPT AND SECTION 8!IN THIS VIDEO YOU WILL SEE ITS NOT JUST A AMERICAN THING .. ITS WELFARE FRAUD EVERWHERE IN ALL NATIONS
Views:6737|Rating:3.23|View Time:1:56:48Minutes|Likes:31|Dislikes:17 Watch PBS NewsHour’s complete coverage of President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress. Following the speech, stay tuned for analysis from Mark Shields, David Brooks, Amy Walter, Matt Schlapp and Karine Jean-Pierre.
Views:1885|Rating:5.00|View Time:4:24Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 Dr. Hickman M Johnson, Pastor, Farish Street Baptist Church, Jackson, MS prays the opening prayer at the 106th Annual Session of the National Baptist Congress of Christian Education meeting in Indianapolis, IN, June 20-24, 2011. Dr. George Waddles, President.
Views:176480|Rating:4.91|View Time:3:47Minutes|Likes:763|Dislikes:14 In an address to a Joint session of the United States Congress, Kennedy announces full presidential support for the goal to “commit…before this decade is out, to landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth” and urges Congress to appropriate the necessary funds, eventually consuming the largest financial expenditure of any nation in peacetime.
Though Kennedy had initially been convinced that NASA should attempt a manned mission to Mars, NASA Associate Administrator Robert Seamans spent three days and nights working, ultimately successfully, to convince him otherwise.
Views:315|Rating:5.00|View Time:28:4Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 International COOLJC Sunday School Chaplin Elder Larry Thorne Sr. Leading Praise and Worship during the Sunday School Session of the International COOLJC Youth Congress in Myrtle Beach SC April 22,2017
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Views:203563|Rating:3.72|View Time:3:15Minutes|Likes:1648|Dislikes:570 The U.S. House opens the 116th Congress, elects a new speaker, and plans to take up legislation to reopen the government. Full video here:
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The Greenbrier is a palatial luxury resort located in the Allegheny Mountains near White Sulphur Springs in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, in the United States.
Since 1778, visitors have traveled to this part of the state to “take the waters” of the area. Today, The Greenbrier is situated on 11,000 acres (4,500 ha) of land with 710 guest rooms, 20 restaurants and lounges, more than 55 indoor and outdoor activities and sports, and 36 retail shops.1800 “ladies and gentlemen” offer authentic southern hospitality to guests.
The current Greenbrier was built in 1913 by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and was owned for much of its history by that company and its successors, including the CSX Corporation. Following years of heavy losses, CSX placed the hotel into bankruptcy in 2009. Justice Family Group, LLC, a company owned by local entrepreneur Jim Justice, subsequently bought the property and guaranteed all debts, resulting in dismissal of the bankruptcy.
Justice promised to return the hotel to its former status as a five-star resort and to introduce “tasteful” gambling for guests as a revenue enhancer. The Greenbrier Hotel Corp. today operates as a subsidiary of Justice’s company.
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Views:56483|Rating:4.80|View Time:29:26Minutes|Likes:960|Dislikes:39 Since its initial publishing 186 years ago, the Book of Mormon has made an indelible mark not only on the lives of its serious readers but also on American popular culture at large.
The book was added to the list of “Books That Shaped America” in 2013 and since June 2016 has been a part of the “America Reads” exhibit at the Library of Congress. The exhibit’s purpose is to foster new conversations about 65 books the American public says have had “a profound effect on American life.” The exhibit features some of the rarest and most interesting editions in the Library’s collections, including an original copy of the Book of Mormon.
“[The Book of Mormon] has spawned pageants and plays, appeared in films, inspired musical lyrics, and received 4 out of 5 stars on the Apple Store,” Elder D. Todd Christofferson said Wednesday at the exhibit, where he spoke for 20 minutes about the book’s history and impact. “It has been illustrated in comic strips, displayed in paintings, told through historical fiction, and imprinted on clothing. A copy of the Book of Mormon was even checked out to President Abraham Lincoln at the Library of Congress on November 18, 1861.”
The Book of Mormon, a record of ancient-American civilizations, is a foundational scripture for Latter-day Saints, along with the Bible and other books. Mormons believe Joseph Smith translated the Book of Mormon over the course of about three months from gold plates, then published an initial 5,000 copies in 1830.
“It is a miracle to see that what began with 5,000 copies in a small print shop in Palmyra, New York, in 1830 has resulted in millions of copies available in multiple languages around the globe,” Elder Christofferson said.
In fact, more than 176 million copies of the Book of Mormon have been printed since 1830, and the book has been translated into 110 languages — 89 full translations, with selections of the book in another 21 languages. In addition to this, the Book of Mormon is available on LDS.org and the Church’s mobile applications (as well as some third-party mobile applications).
Elder Christofferson also spoke of the Book of Mormon’s impact on literature, which today includes literary readings of the Book of Mormon in university-level English courses across the country. Such classes allow the Book of Mormon to speak for itself rather than debating historical accuracy or Joseph Smith’s methods of translating the book. “You don’t have to believe in its historic claims to appreciate [the Book of Mormon] as literature,” Elder Christofferson said, quoting scholar David Bokovoy.
Views:18399|Rating:4.63|View Time:21:21Minutes|Likes:313|Dislikes:25 Elder M. Russell Ballard of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spoke at the ninth World Congress of Families in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Views:128|Rating:5.00|View Time:57:9Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 Sarah Barringer Gordon presented the annual Cary and Ann Maguire Chair in Ethics and American History Maguire Lecture titled “When Congress Taxed Churches: Religion and Politics in the District of Columbia After the Civil War.” In 1874, Congress imposed taxes on all religious property in the District of Columbia. Other jurisdictions also debated taxing churches and some did, including Missouri and California. This lecture explores why imposing taxes on all religious property in the District of Columbia seemed like a good idea to many religious and political thinkers in the 1870s, and how the backlash against them created the extraordinarily deferential system that has only increased exemptions over the past 145 years. Gordon’s talk was a culmination of four months of research in Library’s collections for her upcoming book tentatively titled “Freedom’s Holy Light: Disestablishment in America, 1776-1876.”
Speaker Biography: Sarah “Sally” Barringer Gordon held the Maguire Chair at the Library’s John W. Kluge Center in 2017 and is Arlin M. Adams professor of Congressional law and professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. She is well known for her work on religion in American public life and the law of church and state, especially the ways that religious liberty developed over the course of American national history.